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Friday, July 3, 2015


Quote of the day 1 of the 3 day quote challenge.

I take up the challenge, though I'm late in responding  to the nomination made by my dear friend Kokila Gupta. Thanks Kokila, for this sweet gesture of giving me a chance to participate in the interesting literary activity. I'm way behind you in computer operations and that is why my response is slow and limited. However  I'm content with what little I can do to share with you all.  I feel proud of  young bloggers like you, who are so talented and mighty prolific.
 This is the quote and some of my views regarding the import of the words.

Source Internet

In our professional life as well as in everyday day activities,  we face many unpleasant situations because of certain unreasonable people. Such people enjoy  hurting others and will comment on others, just to please their sick mentality. When things go against their interest, they are mean enough to spew innuendos, as their fragile ego is for ever ready  to react negatively and with a false sense of  self righteousness. 
 My experience shows that people in this categoryy are too vain to be reformed.The only way to bust their hubris, I think is to ignore them totally. Try to keep them at  an arm's length. Don't let them disturb you and feel inflated at your cost.
There is a chance that they notice your indifference towards you and try  feebly to make amends. If not, they don't exist for you. You're  surely better off without their vitriolic intrusions in your life.

 The Rules

  1. Post a favorite and a different quote of yours for 3 consecutive days, from any book or author of your choice. It could also be your own quote.
  2. Nominate 3 bloggers with each post to challenge them.
  3. Thank the person who nominated you.
My nomination for Day 1 is:

Friends,welcome and thanks for your support!


  1. Hari OM
    This is a lovely 'thread' to share and you have done it justice Uppal-ji!!! YAM xx

  2. Great message. We must all remember.

  3. Love the quote and the message Uppalji!

  4. No uppal ji neither your responses are limited, nor are you slow.. It's a great blessing to have you here. It's we who benefit from your experience and literary knowledge. I am glad that you have accepted the tag and shared with us this nugget of wisdom. I completely agree with you on such persons .We are better off without them ..though its extremely painful and hellish if one such is a family member ... Still , walking on the path shown by the eise ones ..we can deal with that too.
    Once again a wise quote .. Thanks again :)

  5. Uppalji you are inspiration for all of us and am happy that Kokila nominated so that we can gain of this, thank you so much, so rightly said we may make mistakes but it is important to take learning out of it to avoid repeating them :)